Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Cabinet Door Towel Holder

I found a ton of old cabinet doors at the Habitat for Humanity Restore for $2 each.  If you've never been to the Habitat for Humanity, you should check it out.  I can usually find something there to fix up, and the money goes toward a great cause.   

This cabinet door was a little more unique than other that I've seen before because it had 2 sections instead of just one.  

After brainstorming on what I could make, this is what I ended up with!  I decided to paint the top with chalkboard paint.  On the bottom section, I mod podged scrapbook paper, and then screwed in some hooks that I found at Lowes.  I painted the outside frame with turquoise paint, and then distressed it a little bit.  I think it would look great in a bathroom to hang towels, or an entry way to hang coats, hats, backpacks, etc.

I link to these parties:
The 36th AvenueSomewhat SimpleThe Shabby Creek CottageHouse of the HepworthsFive Days Five WaysChic on a Shoestring DecoratingCraftionaryNaptime CraftersCraft EnvyGingerbreadHey What's for Dinner MomI Heart NaptimeClassy ClutterFunky Junk InteriorsBe Different Act NormalSerendipity and SpiceC.R.A.F.T.DebbiedoosKampen LaneHomemaker on a DimeBoogieboard CottageSarah Dawn Designs


  1. I'm so glad that I'm following you! Who would have thought a $2 cabinet door could look that good. What a clever idea! Pinning this one:)


  2. This is such a great idea. I have seen many cabinet doors at thrift stores over the years and never knew what I would do with them. Now I know!

    I would love it if you would share this at the Smart Solutions linky party. You can link up here:


    Have a great day!

  3. Hi Amy, this is so cute and what a neat idea. Thanks for sharing at my party.

  4. What a cool idea! I love all the design elements! The print of the paper, paint color, hooks, and esp. the chalkboard are all fantastic. great job my dear! following!



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...